About this Course
The course will introduce you to some of the main areas of applicative issues related to the concept of “ resilience to disasters”.
The proposed didactical scheme is based on the well-known “Ten Essentials for Making Cities Disaster Resilient” based on the “UNISDR (the United Nations Office for Disasters Risk Reduction) Handbook for Local Government Leaders”.
Prof. Paolo Gasparini – Professor emeritus at University of Naples “Federico II”
Mag. Andreas Koler – alpS – centre for climate change adaptation
Dr. Voderadou Catherina – Head of education / Natural History Museum of Crete
José Gil de Bernabé Sánchez- Deputy Director for Emergency and Civil Protection Department at Galician Regional Government in Spain
Eng. Sandro Costantini – Chief Operating Officer of the Umbria Region
Week 1 – The resilience: general meaning
Lesson 1: Concept of Resilience
Lesson 2: The Ten Essentials for Making Cities Disaster Resilient
Week 2 – Programming the resilience
Lesson 1: Methods and approaches to introduce the effects (assessment) of the impact of natural disasters’ (Risk Assessment) (5Q)
Lesson 2: Planning Resilience
Week 3 – Organization of the infrastructures and urban services for the resilience
Lesson 1: Organizing the infrastrutture and the Land Use Planning for Resilience
Lesson 2: Financing Disaster Resilience
Week 4 – The concept of Resilience in practice: case studies
Lesson 1: The concept of resilience in practice: case study
Lesson 2: Case Study: Seismic Risk Management in Greek School Units
Lesson 3: Case Study: District Heating
Lesson 4: Case Study: The RiMaComm Project – a large scale risk assessment approach
Lesson 5: Case Study: Qualities of Resilient Systems: Integrated
Lesson 6: Case Study: Resilience in the Neapolitan area